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  1. #21


    0 Not allowed!
    That would never happen! Too many GREAT tanks here.

  2. #22


    0 Not allowed!
    Your tank looks great. So does your window! lol
    You can't play nice with people who don't play by the rules!

  3. #23


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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady Hobbs
    ...I have moved the plants out pretty much and put them all in my 20 gallon shrimp tank where they will have 3 watts per gallon and will add to that light supply making it 4 watts per. To this tank I will set up the CO2 and again add ferts...
    Hey Hobbs, I would leave your shrimp tank at 3 wpg instead of bumping it up to 4. 3 wpg is plenty of light and 4 will only make things really unstable. I tried 4 wpg on my tank and started getting all sorts of problems. I cut it back down to 2 wpg and things are stable again. I wouldn't mind a little more juice, but I think 4 wpg was too much. Once you get that high, you'll get great growth (lots of pruning will entail), but you have to be on top of nutrients and Co2 as your plants will have higher demands due to the rapid growth.
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    3 gal. planted nano (no Co2) - 1 spotted puffer, 3 Neon Tetras

  4. #24


    0 Not allowed!
    Hey, great advice for someone who knows his stuff. You just saved me a few bucks, too.


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